One question that comes up frequently in both informal conversations and client sessions is this:
Should I get a juicer or a blender?
Of course, there are numerous lifestyle changes people can make if they want to be healthier — and many of these things don’t involve buying a fancy piece of hardware.
But I think a lot of people see a juicer or blender purchase as a lifestyle change that is not only practical but symbolic as well.
They want to go all in.
So: juicer vs. blender? I have to admit — this question isn’t easily answered.
It’s a bit like talking to someone who’s just starting to set up their home kitchen, and he or she asks, “Should I get a saute pan or a soup pot?”
It’s hard for me to decide on an answer because I think once people get hooked on the healthy lifestyle, they’ll eventually want both.
However, since both a juicer and a high-speed blender (i.e., Vitamix, Blendtec, etc.) are relatively expensive — which do you get first?
How do you know which machine will best suit your needs?